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are being stepping on board. bob redell joins us live on b.a.r.t. to show us how it works. good morning, bob. >> reporter: good morning to you, marla. b.a.r.t. is beta testing a new feature on its online quick planner. now when you go online and choose a trip, on the 1057 bayfair to fremont train, there will be an icon. you can see it right over there. they will tell you just how crowded the train is expected to be. if there are three heads in that icon, it's expected to be heavily crowded, two heads moderate. clearly one head means lightly crowded. of course, it's true. there's hardly anyone on this train. there's only a few people, plenty of seats available. it should be noted this is based on historical data, not realtime data. it's not like b.a.r.t. has somebody checking turnstile and info rider levels. well, how new is this data? is this from a year ago? they said, no, it's generated every quarter. the data at the oldest would only be about three months old. transit agency launching this -- we're pulling into union city. the transit is launching this because so many people are riding it
right to the man who has all the power. nbc bay area's bob redell joins us live from san jose city hall with the mayor saying enough is enough. bob. >> reporter: good morning, martinez. it's clear the mayor is frustrated the effort to bring the a's to san jose has been in limbo for years with no real communication between him and the major league baseball commissioner. not one conversation during that time period. it's not that he hasn't tried. he tried once again, this time with the clearing warning the city isn't afraid to go to court. in a letter the mayor is requesting direct connection with the commish, to let him know he's serious to bring the a's. is that diplomatic speak for please respond to us or else consider a lawsuit. >> that's one of the ways to interpret it. it's a straightforward request for a meeting. there are hard feelings built up over the years of inaction with baseball. the best way to deal wit, have a face-to-face meeting, talk things out, let him know what our questions are, answer them. >> the mayor points out in 2011 he respected selig's request to hold off put
. unfortunately their home was completely destroyed. nbc's bay area bob redell live at the scene with pretty incredible cell phone video. bob. >> reporter: good morning to you, jon. this two-alarm fire as you can see behind me destroyed this home on continental drive in fremont. the family, who was asleep inside, the wife was at work. they did have smoke alarms but they never went off and woke them up. it was only by pure chance that they survived. >> it's amazing. yeah, just luck. >> it was dumb luck lance weatherill happened to be letting his dogs out this morning when he saw this across the street. the left side of his neighbor's house on fire. >> ran over, started banging on the door, tried to get people to wake up. >> my son and daughter shouted, dad, lets just get out of here. do not even both. >> pouring out of the doors and windows he and his five children, al still in his underwear, groggy from sleep when it dawned on everyone just how close they were to not making it. >> it just went up quick of the whole house was engulfed within a matter of minutes. >> all my time and effort went
news. >>> chemical fires are some of the very hardest to fight. nbc bay area's bob redell just spoke with a fire chief on the peninsula who has experience with these particular fires. he joins us live from the newsroom. it's possible that one can make the situation worse when fighting a chemical blast. >> you are correct, especially considering the chemical involved in yesterday's fire. turns out, it doesn't react well at all with father, which is obviously what firefighters were relying on to put out the flames. menlo park fire chief who's talked about the texas city fertilizer explosion that killed hundreds in the 1940s believes yesterday's disaster will become another one for the textbooks. he has questions about how firefighters responded to the fire. >> did they make it better or worse? >> reporter: that plant reportedly stored tens of thousands of pounds of a type of ammonia, extremely flammable and explosive when exposed to water. >> with that type of ammonia, if you add water, it's going to expand to a large, white vapor cloud. did that create a different problem for them tha
redell is live outside the hall of justice. bob, what's the latest with what's happening this morning. >> good morning, jon. the public defender waives the preliminary hearing right. she did ask the judge for more time to review the evidence against her in this case, the alleged evidence. the judge agreed to give her two weeks. the deputy d.a. prosecuting this one says they have a voluminous amount of evidence that proves hernandez kidnapped 11-month-old gabrielle cantero. this happened at 6:00 in the morning on march 25th. the mom was loading up her liberty, loaded her baby in back, went inside. when she returned, hernandez had allegedly stolen the vehicle with the baby still inside. there was an amber alert, a massive search. part of 101 was even shut down. the baby and the car were found abandoned later that morning across town. the baby was okay. the d.a. tells us they have dna evidence that puts hernandez in the car and sjpd found video surveillance that proves hernandez knew she was kidnapping the baby when she allegedly stole that car. >> the evidence will show that when the mo
in the middle of battling a fire. just an amazing story. bob redell joining us outside of the station. bob, the question right now, how is frank looking and feeling this morning? >> looks great, especially considering there was a moment last fall, john, when his buddies at station one questioned whether or not he was going to survive. they certainly wouldn't have expected to have seen this. there you go. frank ryan striding through the back entrance of station one this morning at 7:30 for his first shift in seven months. in good physical shape and with his doctor's approval to return to the job. in late august fighting the st. patrick's cathedral fire, ryan knew something didn't feel right, became nauseous, tried to walk it off but collapsed, went unconscious and suffered a heart attack. his heart stopping beating three or four times. it was so touch and go, there were rumors he had died. several men and women in his department honored ryan with a special breakfast to welcome back home. he made it clear he's not fond of the spotlight, can't wait for normalcy to return. he did use the event
crews to extra goats. buyer danger on the minds of many people in the bay area. bob redell joins us live in menlo park where the city is using four-legged friends for what's expected to be a busy fire season. those are some hungry goats, bob. >> reporter: good morning, marla. the city of menlo park could use weed wakers to clear out this tall grass. one, that would be noisy and polluting. two, that hot equipment would increase the risk of fire danger. so if you alluded, that's why the city hired a herd of goats to do the the job. they are on the way, should be here in the next 24 hours to chew away the brush and reduce the risk of a wildfire in the county. conditions are so dry here and elsewhere throughout the area that cal fire just instituted a burn ban for nine-county area starting today. that means it is illegal to start an out fire. this is two to three weeks earlier than usual. we normally don't see the burn ban until mid to late may. the conditions are so dry because there's hardly any rain during the late winter and early spring. >> our big concern isn't starting early as much a
. nbc's bob redell joining us live in san jose with exactly what happened in juvenile court. bob, good morning. >> reporter: and what is still happening. good morning, jon. this is a custody hearing to determine if those three 16-year-old boys should continue to be detained at a juvenile center in san jose. this is where they have been since their arrest this past thursday or if they should be allowed to be going back home with their families. the family of audrie pott, she is the 15-year-old girl they are accused of sexually assaulting, that family is determined to make sure they do stay behind bars. this morning pott's parents, stepmother and lawyers attende the hearing. it's not clear what, if anything, they were able to say before the judge since these proceedings are closed to the public and the media. we also don't know what the judge will decide. we'll get a better idea when the potts speak to us after it's over. it's highly unlikely for the boys to be arraigned, it usually takes place 10 days after the initial hearing. during a news conference pott's parents and stepmom said th
year. a bay area podcaster is leading the charge. bob redell talks-of- talked to him today. he's in the newsroom. the question is, why is he so passionate about this? >> reporter: marla, that's what richard bliss does for a living, helps people replace their dreams or recover property. he produces a podcast, teaching people how to harness the internet to raise money for projects and internet ideas. when he heard the boat was riddled with bullets last fry night with the boston bombing suspect hidden inside, he thought why not help fund a new boat for the guy. he set up a web page, podcast his plea. within 48 hours, within that amount of time, he raised $600. >> i was surprised, i got hate mail. i was surprised no deed goes unpunished. part of it was the misunderstanding that somehow i was taking away from the real victims, the victims with horrendous loss. instead, it was, no, this is both. if you go to my campaign and video, there's a button to donate to the victims, the boston victims but if you have $25, toss it dave's way, toned down a little bit since they realized in no wa
to the hospital. bob redell joins us near leigh high school. two teenagers facing felony charges. >> reporter: good morning. two 17-year-old drivers responsible for this crash into this home here have been arrested for felony, reckless driving. the woman who lives here is still in critical condition. neighbors are infuriated and tell us they're familiar with one of those teen drivers. one man's confronted him before about his driving. a woman was about to report him for speeding down leigh highway. you might recall a few years ago, two young women killed a young girl, leaving a mother wondering when in the world are these kids ever going to learn? >> they need to not use the car as a toy. it is not a video game. you cannot hit reset and fix what you just crashed into. >> reporter: charlene lennon only wishes she could hit reset and bring back her daughter who was 21 years ago when she was filled by two men racing down san jose's branham lane. >> i missed watching her grow up. her friends getting married and people are having kids. and her life was just stopped at the age of 20. >> reporter: s
in lafayette, bob redell, nbc bay area news. >> okay, bob. thank you very much. this morning marking a somber day for a small christian college in oakland. flowers at the entrance of the university. a total of seven people were gunned down and killed april 2nd, 2012. police say it was a former student who carried out that shooting rampage. he's undergoing psychiatric treatment at the hospital. a memorial concert will be held at the st. paul's episcopal church. >>> one lawmaker taking aw "newsweek" approach to gun control. instead of focusing on the guns themselves, they are focusing on the bullets. arturo santiago joining us in milpitas. >> reporter: they are beginning to discuss in the legislature today, more to do with ammunition control rather than gun control. first is a bill from assembly woman from berkeley. it will require anyone selling or transferring ammunition in the state to be licensed and to get the id of a buyer. that id information would be put into a state registry. another bill is looking to create a statewide permit system to buy ammo. the third bill from state assemblyman
bum rushed. in san francisco, bob redell, nbc bay area news. >> keep moving, bob. don't want to see you get stampeded. marketing team very busy with home openers. today the first 40,000 fans in the door will get the 2013 calendar. buster posey bobblehead. tomorrow, the bobblehead showing posey posing with his national league mvp award. >>> a giants legend also holding a giveaway of his own. willie mccovey auctioning off hitting lessons. the auction takes place saturday night at fundraising for alamo elementary school. the winner of the auction can send mccovey a video of their swing, then meet with the hall of famer himself. mccovey will auction off another lesson this fall to benefit cancer patients. >> i bet your swing is already strong, softball and basketball star in high school. >> i want to go. a big question out there, not just the game but the weather. >> hope for nice skies. christina loren out there all morning long. you getting excited, energy pumping out there? >> i really am. jon and marla, we have a good day shaping up. this is one of those forecasts i did not want to
francisco, bob redell, nbc bay area news. >> okay, bob. thank you very much. this week hundreds of students at a bay area high school forced to take a different kind of test, a test for tuberculosis. this move coming after it was discovered one of its students actually has that nrvegs. -- that infection. nbc bay area kristi smith with the story that has a lot of people nervous. >> reporter: i just spoke with county services and they are still trying to figure out where this student became infected with tuberculosis. they say the student has been treated and is no longer infectious. now comes the fallout from this. hundreds of students at deer valley high school in antioch will now be tested for tb after the first case reported on a contra costa county campus in four years. the 200 or so students who shared a classroom or in a club with that student will be the ones tested. the county said the case was confirmed march 25th, then the decision was made to alert families. spring break was here so it took a while to get the information out. tuberculosis is an airborne bacterial in fact of the lu
. reporting live in santa clara, bob redell, nbc bay area news. >>> thank you, bob. now to a follow-up on that breaking news we first brought you yesterday during this show. police down in texas say the student who stabbed 14 people at a houston area college has been having fantasies about committing such a vicious absent since he was back in elementary school. investigators say 20-year-old dylan quick used a razor-like knife during the attack at the lone star college. he later admitted to the stabbing and was charged with three counts of aggravated assault. no one was killed but two of the wounded remain in critical condition. they are expected, however, to make a full recovery. >>> back in the bay area investigators do not suspect foul play had anything to do with the body found on fire on a south bay road. a brush fire on the cottle road exit. they found a body badly burned. investigators are now working to identify this person. crews say it appears he or she may have been living in the area. >>> a very sad story here today a south bay soldier being laid to rest members onto his
for tomorrow. reporting live in san jose, bob redell, nbc bay area news. >> thank you, bob. also in the south bay, a san jose police officer is recovering after a burglary suspect him him with a car near the hp pavilion. officers say the suspect had broken into a car sunday night when he was caught in the act by the person who he was trying to steal from. the victim chased the suspect down the street, took off in that car and hit an officer who was directing traffic after a sold out concert. the officer's leg was broken. he was released from the hospital this morning. the suspect is still on the loose. >> talk about lucky break on this one. a berkeley firefighter managing to avoid serious injury and he owes his stroke of good health to his pager. you know those little things you wear on your hip? police say an 88-year-old man responded to the firefighter responding to a medical emergency. the berkeley firefighter said the pager was apparently built proof and stopped the man and bullet from hitting the firefighter's skin. he's now at home recovering from the shock of this i want. >>> students
-old woman arrested in the case is now facing attempted murder charges. nbc bay area's bob redell joins us live in san jose. now, bob, police say if someone actually drank this tainted o.j., they could have died. >> good morning, marla. you are correct. police believe the woman allegedly behind this would have killed whoever drank those poison bottles of orange juice because the levels of rubbing alcohol inside were lethal. police believe she might have succeeded if it weren't for an alert starbucks customer who had the presence of mind to speak of. san jose police arrested 50-year-old rehema. she pulled out of her starbucks bag two bottles of orange juice spiked with rubbing alcohol, placed them on the refrigerator rated display case with juice for sale and got in line for coffee. >> a customer saw this, thought it suspicious, reported it to management. the customer overheard and became startled and concerned she would be caught, ended up fleeing. >> hazmat arrived and determined there was enough rubbing alcohol in each container of o.j. to kill whoever drank it. >> one thing that stands
here in atherton, bob redell, nbc bay area news. >>> new at a times this morning in the sierra lamar murder case. the man accused of kidnapping and killing her was supposed to be back in court today. nbc bay area's arturo santiago joins us live from san jose with why his arraignment has been continued again. good morning, arturo. >> reporter: good morning, marla. it seems the defense is having some technical difficulty in getting some files and information from the district attorney's office. and because of that, they asked for and were granted a little bit more time before their client enters a plea. antolin garcia-torres wasn't in court as his attorneys asked for his hearing to be continued to two weeks from today. he was arrested back on mai 21st of last year and charged with the kidnapping and murder of 15-year-old sierra lamar. his dna was found on clothing that belonged to sierra lamar and lamar's dna was found in his volkswagen jetta. sierra lamar disappeared on march 16th of last year. her body is still missing massive searches were launched by law enforcement and voluntee
to embarcadero in san francisco. >> nbc bay area bob redell joining us live from the new digs with more, the man in the mirror. >> hey, marla and jon. good morning to you. remember at the old exploratorium was 44 years at the palace of fine arts in the marina district. here it is the first day open to the public, brand-new digs, embarcadero. one of the first things you catch is the view. they have tall windows. right here on the windows, back-up here, can you see we're not too far from the bay bridge. a good view of the water, the bay bridge. there's 600 exhibits in here. some you'll remember. there is a lot of oldies in here. i'm trying to remember. lets see, the toilet bowl water fountain. i think a lot of people remember that. that's always kind of hard to dripping out of. they have big parabolic dishes, the old bronze hand. again, these are things you might remember from the old location. there's also 150 exhibits that you've never seen before. over here is a video game. it's team pac-man. you can see these girls playing now. there's a bridge in man made fog, a mix of the old sprinkled with
a san jose landmark. bob redell is live at the scene. we understand a san jose fire investigators has made a very special request. >> reporter: good morning to you, marla. yes, san jose fire has requested the atf to come out here to assist. they arrived on the scene within about the past 30 minutes. this does not necessarily mean that this fire is suspicious but they have not ruled it out. within the past hour and a halves the investigator was allowed to go upstairs to make sure known died in this fire. they are still not sure. there's too much rubble to see if there might be a body inside. there was concern about the building's stability, it's always had the rightward lean, can you see it pronounced on the ground floor. last night's fire made it more pronounced. city engineers had to come out and deem it safe to handle a couple of people, which they did. what's so remarkable is how many people visited the scene to pay homage to fabs vike. long time customers and employees showed up with t-shirts and tears streaming down their face. the bike shop was a centerpiece on south 1st and 280
they will get that trunk off the car without hurting anyone. reporting live in san jose, bob redell, nbc bay area news. >>> just into the newsroom, annet annette funicello died from complications with multiple sclerosis. she was just 13 when she gained fame with the mickey mouse club. >>> british prime minister margaret thrasher also died. >> the baroness known for her toughness and uncompromising attitude was 87 years old. nbc's michelle kosinski with more. >> reporter: tough, unwavering conservative. >> we've lot a great prime minister, a great leader, a great britain. >> reporter: at the time of economic struggle in britain, protests, union strike, she was leader from 1979 to 90. >> the iron lady of the western world. >> reporter: ronald reagan's counterpart and partner in shaping the end of the cold war. >> the lady is not returning. >> reporter: to this day people in britain argue over her policies and union busting, whether what she did was for the better then or not. it was during her 11 years as prime minister britain won its war with argentina over falklands, maintained its rule ove
] that has a nice ring to it. [ male announcer ] only from at&t. ♪ >>> good morning. i'm bob redell, take you live outside at&t park. we're just a couple hours away from the home opener for san francisco gines. would you believe the box office does still have a handful of tickets. we'll fill you in on everything you need to know coming up. >>> and it was a wild, high-speed chase out on the city streets and highways. let you know how it all ended up at a local university. >>> plus springing into action, the bay area police officer being hailed a hero for taking down an attacker at an airport. >>> good morning on this friday. thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> i'm jon kelley. good morning to one and all. a few games last year, can you feel the magic now. >> starting to feel it now. >> just two and a half hours away from the first pitch, world champions ready for the home opener. >> fans filling up at&t park as you saw in the live shot with bob redell. all the pregame ceremonies honoring the world series champs. nbc bay area's bob redell joins us live from the ballpark. bob, lots of
the bay area in early afternoon. bob redell will have a live report for us at 11:00. >>> we'll check the forecast and the roads after the break. >>> welcome back. the time now, 10:28. taking a live look at a dark sky over san francisco. but we are getting a little sliver of sunshine here and showers are quickly clearing the bay area. i'll let you know how much rain we picked up and when our next round comes today at 11:00. today's highs, 67 in livermore. 65 in fremont. and 61 in san francisco. it's been a rough commute with all that rain out there. let's check on that with anthony slaughter. >> that's the understatement of the day. talking about that slow going continuing even right now at the bay bridge approach. past the toll plaza, there is a car that has smoke coming from it in lane two, adding to the already slow process there. 9 880 in oakland is moving better. san mateo bridge, flowing right along. into palo alto, traffic moving smoothly. in the south bay, two areas seeing slowing, 880 and 101 approaching palo alto. >> it's finally official, facebook announcing plans to enhanc
. bob redell is live at the scene with the very latest. bob. >> reporter: yes, good morning to you, laura. about an hour and a half ago this house in fremont caught fire. fremont fire department not sure what caused it. you can see the fire went to two alarms, destroyed this home. there were seven people asleep at the time, two adults, five children. they all got out okay. but it was by dumb luck. a neighbor across the street happened to be out front of his home getting ready to go to work. when he saw the flames on the left side of the house, he went over, started knocking on the door. he knows he woke them up because when theta out they was groggy, disoriented. he pointed out, if he hadn't been there, it's quite possible they might have been trapped inside. when he got them out, the house went up in flames very quigley. he was amazed how quickly it went out. all the people are okay, one family dog unaccounted for. fremont fire, no injuries at all. reporting live, i'm bob redell. laura, back to you. >> another update in half an hour. hope to see you then. ♪ ♪ if loving you is
. i'm bob redell. we'll take you live to the east bay where we just received new information on what led up to this officer-involved shooting here in lafayette. that story coming up. >>> plus a battle over bullets. the bay area linked to a statewide tax on ammo. >>> and for now, yes, the rain is gone as we take a live look over the green hills of sunol. but meteorologist christina loren will be along to tell us when we can expect to see mother nature bringing all that wet weather back. >>> thanks so much for being with us. i'm marla. >> i'm jon kelley. good morning, everybody. we've been following this developing news all morning long. a man is in a bay area hospital this hour after being shot by officers. it all happened on woodview drive near st. mary's road. that's where nbc's bob redell joins us live from the scene. he has the latest. bob, good morning. >> good morning to you there, jon. this all started with 911 hang-up calls, numerous calls coming from a home at the end of woodview drive in lafayette. it's beyond your view from where you're standing now. two officers from lapd,
or not notice. the blue angels will not be flying over bay area skies this coming fall. bob redell is live along the embarcadero with more on why the tactical flying group is canceling its 2013 season. good morning, bob. >> good morning, marla. this means come october you'll not be able to stand here along the embarcadero to see that squadron of blue f-18s perform those daring maneuvers over the bay. the u.s. navy made the announcement within the past couple of hours it has canceled the rest of the blue angels 2013 season due to the automatic budget cuts forced upon them by this year's sequestration, unless a local air show organizers want to pay for them to show up. that means roughly 30 performances have been canceled including san francisco's fleet week appearance during the week of october 10th through 14th. the organizer of that event tells us that the rest of that week will go on here as planned even without the blues. given the fact the angels are the main attraction, part of the reason fleet week draws a million visitors, it's hard to tell what kind of impact or absence it will have econ
. nbc bay area's bob redell joins us live in san jose. now, bob, police say if someone actually drank this tainted o.j., they could have died. >> good morning, marla. you are correct. police believe the woman allegedly behind this would have killed whoever drank those poison bottles of orange juice because the levels of rubbing
winds are causing all sorts of problems across the bay area. nbc bay area's bob redell shows us some of the aftermath now. good morning, bob. >> reporter: good morning to you, marla. you're going to see scenes like this up and down the peninsula, in the south bay, we're at san jose not far from actually and 101 you can see overnight this fairly large tree fell on the back side of this 4 by 4 mini suv. right new looks like owner and friends and neighbors are coming out here trying to fix this
high school. >> right now lets go live to nbc bay area's bob redell in san jose where audrie's parents are set to address the media. bob, good morning. >> good morning to you, jon and marla. they scheduled this news conference for 1 1:00 a.m. we could see them walk up to the podium with their attorney. you can take a live look inside the conference room where the family set up a paper wall of well wishes written by classmates at saratoga high. there's two photos of the 15-year-old girl. that's important to know. we normally would not identify or show the picture of a victim of a sexual assault. in this case her parents have requested this because they want to get the word out on what happened to their daughter and ultimately push for audrie's law, tougher legislation against cyber bullying and sexual assault they would like to see passed at both the state and federal level. this morning the family will announce they will also be filing a wrongful death lawsuit against the three 16-year-old boys who they believe humiliated audrie into killing herself this past september. eight days prio
a deal on gun control. bipartisan senators would expand background checks to all gun buyers. bob redell in milpitas. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, marla. the national rifle association blames gun violence on a mental
with a different number of heads. three heads mean you can expect heavy crowding. we'll have a live report from bob redell on that story plus other top stories coming up in 30 minutes jon kelley and i. hope to see you at 11:00. ♪ we keep waitin' ♪ on the world to change >>> we're back with more of "today." we're really to play "who knew?" we thought we would find out how much you know about saving the planet. kathie lee is across the street ready to hand out 100 bucks to those who get the questions right. for those who don't, they get her cd. lucky dogs. here to help me out is cofounder of the sharing site >> it's a great earth week so far. >> adam hasn't seen the crowd. just kidding. a lovely lady from ontario. how many trees are saved per every ton of recycled paper? 5, 10, 13 or 17 trees? how would the average person know? >> i would say 13 trees. >> you're close, though. but your grandchild will love this. >> all right. >> so 17 trees? >> it's amazing what we can do with recycling. just be rye cycling a ton of paper, we also save 7,000 gallons of water and 3,000 gallons of oil. a
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